WOS TV: Shlomo's Vocal Orchestra sign on as Udderbelly headliners
By Andrew Girvan
New beatboxing and harmony group The Vocal Orchestra have been announced as headliners for the Udderbelly Festival at the Southbank Centre this summer. The seven-strong group join a line-up which,
WOS TV: Stars of Children of Eden Discuss Gala
By Joseph Pike
Stephen Schwartz and John Caird's Bible-inspired musical Children of Eden will be revived in the West End for one night only in a “spectacular star-studded charity gala” at the Prin
WOS TV: Your 2012 Nominees Discuss Awards Accolades
By Editorial Staff
The 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards were launched on Friday (2 December 2011) at a packed industry event held at London’s Cafe de Paris, in the heart of the West End. More than 600 actors, direct
WOS TV: Michael Ball On ... Going from Edna to Sweeney
By Joseph Pike
Michael Ball is currently starring alongside Imelda Staunton in Sweeney Todd, which is hotly tipped to transfer to the West End next spring following its current run at Chichester Festival ...
WOS TV: Sierra Boggess On ... Phantom at the Albert Hall
By Joseph Pike
American actress and soprano Sierra Boggess was recently seen in the West End playing Christine Daaé in Love Never Dies, Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to Phantom of the Opera.
WOS TV: Up Close With ... Betty Blue Eyes' Reece Shearsmith
By Joseph Pike
Cameron Mackintosh's first original musical production in over a decade, Betty Blue Eyes opened at the Novello Theatre on 13 April 2011 (previews from 19 March) starring Reece Shearsmith as a ...
WOS TV: Up Close With ... Legally Blonde's Lee Mead
By Joseph Pike
Lee Mead joined the cast of the Whatsonstage.com and Olivier Award-winning musical Legally Blonde on 20 June 2011, taking over as Emmett Forrest from Alex Gaumond who originated the role in ...
WOS TV: Up Close With ... Lend Me a Tenor's Matthew Kelly
By Joseph Pike
Lend Me a Tenor, the operatic farce by Peter Sham and Brad Carroll based on Ken Ludwig's 1986 West End play, opened on 15 June (previews from 2 June 2011) at the Gielgud Theatre, starring TV ...
WOS TV: Barbershopera 'Could Have Married Kate'
By Andrew Girvan
Edinburgh Fringe favourites and MTM Award-winners Babershopera, whose latest muscical Apocalypse No! enjoyed a short run at Trafalgar Studios earlier this year, have spectacularly failed to ...
WOS TV: Vote for West End Eurovision Videos
By Andrew Girvan
The fourth annual West End Eurovision, a late-night competition which will see 11 London shows perform fully costumed and choreographed versions of a Eurovision Song Contest numbers, will be held ...